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Thornton, Anthony, 1877 ....... Shelbyville Townsend, W: F., 1877...Rem'd from State. Thomas, Charles W., 1877........ Belleville Taylor, James M., 1878 Taylorville Teefey, John J.,* 1878 .Mt. Sterling Tunnicliff, J. J., 1878..
Galesburg Tenny, D. K., 1886
Chicago Trimble, N. M., 1887.
Ullman, F., 1885...
Vallette, H. F., 1877.
Wallace, E. A., 1877
Peoria Chicago .DuQuoin
.. Chicago Bloomington
Whitney, C. G., 1877..... Rem'd from State Wright, 0. H., 1878..
..Havana Whiton, H. K., 1879
.Chicago Wilson, Bluford, 1879
.Springfield Wilkin, J. W., 1879..
Marshall Wa-hburn, E. B.,* 1881.
Chicago Williams, F. P., 1881.. Removed from State Wallace, Joseph, 1881.. .Springfield Williams, E. P., 1882.. ...Galesburg Williams, Robert E., 1879. .Bloomington
Wolcott, Richmond, 1879 ..... ..Springfield Weldon, Lawrence, 1883 ..... Bloomington Willoughby, F. A., 1883.. Galesburg Wheeler, H. K., 1881...
Kankakee Withers, Henry C., 1885... Carrollton Williamson, H. S. 188
Chicago Ward, James R., 1885.
Carrollton Walker, E., 1887...
Chicago Ward, W. M., 1889
Yancey, A. M., 1878. Yates, Richard, 1887.
Bunker Hill .Jacksonville
THE ILLINOIS STATE BAR ASSOCIATION,
TWELFTH ANNUAL MEETING, JAN, 8 AND 9, 1889.
The Association convened in regular Annual Meeting, in Springfield, January 8, 1889, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, in the Supreme Court Room, and was called to order by Hon. Thomas Dent, President.
And the following members-
Chicago Loomis, W. E.
Chicago Mathis, J. C...
Springfield Kirby, E. P..
Springfield Miller, J. H.
.Springfield Patton, J. W
Springfield Palmer, J. M
Chicago Palmer, J. Mayo.
Aurora Parsons, L. B..
.. Chicago Raymond, J. H
Bloomington Richberg, J. C..
.Springfield Rinaker, J. I..
.Springfield Riggs, J. M...
.Springfield Strawn, C. C.....
.Effingham Shumway, H. P.
Pittsfield Swett, Leonard..
Springfield Sherman, E. B.
.Springfield Wheeler, 9. P.
... Belleville Wallace, Joseph..
.Springfield Yancey, A. M..
Springfield .Springfield Jacksonville
Toulon .Springfield .Springfield .Springfield
Chicago Carlinville Winchester
.Pontiac . Taybrville
Chicago .Springfield ..Springfield Bunker Hill
The reading of the minutes of the last Annual Meeting was, on motion of Mr. Raymond, dispensed with, and the proceedings, as published and distributed, stood approved.
On motion of Mr. Orendorff, the President's address and special addresses were postponed to two o'clock in the afternoon.
2. COMMITTEE ON ADMISSIONS.
Through Mr. Orendorff, its chairman, the committee reported favorably upon the applications of the following gentlemen for admission. The report was adopted and the new members invited to seats, and to participate in the further action of the Association:
Adams, R. D... Grigsby, D. P. Johns, G. W. Lindley, C. J.
Chicago ..Greenville .Jerseyville Greenfield
3. REPORT OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
ILLINOIS STATE BAR ASSOCIATION,
OFFICE OF SECRETARY, January 8, 1889. To the Ilinois State Bar Association:
Your Executive Committee beg leave to submit the following report:
On December 1, 1888, your committee met at the office of President Dent, Chicago, Illinois, and unanimously agreed upon the following with reference to the Twelfth Annual Meeting of this Association.
The Twelfth Annual Meeting of this Association will be held at Springfield, Illinois, on Tuesday and Wednesday, January 8 and 9, 1889. The Association will convene in the Supreme Court room, in the Capitol, at ten o'clock A. M., on Tuesday, and continue in session during that and the day following.
ORDER OF EXERCISES.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1889. 1. Reading Minutes. 2. Report of Committee on Admission
ALFRED ORENDORFF 3. The President's Ad !ress....
.THOMAS DENT 4. Report of the Executive Committee and Secretary. 5. Special Address-"Commerce: Intra-State and Inter-State; its Regulation and Taxation,”.
ALFRED ENNIS 6. Report of the Committee on Grievances,
.GEORGE HUNT 7. Special Address-"Ideal Law,"
L. L. COBURN 8. Election of Officers. 9. New Business,
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 185). 10. Report of Committee on Legal Education.
.H. B. HURD 11. Special Address-"Law of Elections,"
RICHARD PRENDERGAST 12. Report of the Committee on Law Reform..
DAVID McCULLOCH 13. Special Address—"The Railway Future,"
ADELBERT HAMILTON 14. Special Discussion-"How shall the Supreme Court of the United States be re
lieved from Overcrowded Business?" 15. Report of Committee on Legal Biography.
.JAMES B. BRADWELL 16. Report of committees not otherwise assigned. 17. Resolutions. 18. Miscellaneous Business.
RECEPTION AND BANQUET. Wednesday evening, from 8 to 8:30 o'clock, reception in parlors of Leland Hotel, followed by Annual Banquet and dancing.
THOMAS DENT, E. B. GREEN,
Executive Committee, The report was approved.
On motion of Mr. Yancey, a committee of five was appointed by the President to nominate officers for the ensuing year, and report members of the various Standing Committees.
The committee named was Messrs. Yancey, Bradwell, McCulloch, Gwin and Riggs.
Subsequently the committee reported the following:
J. N. Gwin, Effingh:m. 3d
C. L. Capen, Bloomington.
H. Higbee, Pittsfield. 5th
J. M. Rice, Peoria. 6th
J. S. Cochran, Freeport.
J. C. Richberg, Chicago.
E. Callahan, ex-officio Chairman.
A. M. Yancey, Bunker Hill.
G. W. Fogg, Quincy.